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Flight Connections 10-23-12

Daily links to articles about the NFL's New York Jets.

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Randy Lange: Rex Ryan's prescription is to clean up the mistakes and keep up the improvement.

Brian Costello: Rex says it's ridiculous to say that the Jets were spooked out.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: Ryan paraphrased Herman Edwards. What did he say? You play not to lose the game?

Jeff Capellini: Point fingers at Rex and Tony Sparano for the failure at Foxborough.

Gary Myers: Rex shows a lack of faith in Mark Sanchez.

Steve Serby: C'mon, Rex, let Mark air it out a little.

George Bretherton: Dissecting Mark's postgame demeanor.

Brian Costello: Ryan defends the limited use of Tim Tebow.

Conor Orr: Shonn Greene is fine following his collision.

Arthur Staple: Greene and Joe McKnight give the Jets reason for optimism.

Kimberley A. Martin: Jeff Cumberland has a dislocated hand.

Kevin Armstrong: Rex was delighted with Jeremy Kerley.

Mike Mazzeo: Besides his drop, Rex is pleased with Stephen Hill.

John Holt: Big ups to Isaiah Trufant for competing against Wes Welker. Tru dat, tru dat.

Conor Orr: The Jets are staying positive, hoping that it translates to future wins.

Kristian Dyer: The Jets are taking good things from the loss.

Ben Shpigel: AFC parity gives the Jets time to find their identity. The word is parity, not parody, Mr. former Jet turned analyst (you know who you are). The Jets were admirable in defeat.

The Jet Press grades the Jets.

The Record grades the Jets.

ESPN NY grades the Jets.

Bob Raissman: Phil Simms was surprisingly quiet late in the tilt.

Shutdown Corner: Jim Nantz gets the winner wrong after the Patriots beat the Jets. I don't know why there is such a big deal being made of this. It seemed to me like he simply slipped, and not that he actually thought the Jets had won. He immediately corrected himself.

Associated Press: The Detroit Lions signed Justin Miller before playing the Chicago Bears.